36 minutes | Oct 31st 2019

EPISODE 4: The Courts vs. the Pro-Life Movement

Is the United States a republic ruled by the people and for the people, or is it a government by the judiciary?

As proudly reported by NARAL, every pro-life abortion ban passed in the last year has now been enjoined (blocked) by a federal district court.  So now what do we do?

Thankfully, ALL of the extremist bans on abortion from this year have now been blocked from taking effect, and abortion is still legal in all 50 states. But SCOTUS’s pending decision in June Medical Services v. Gee could still dismantle abortion rights. https://t.co/9qgjyeb3mu

— NARAL (@NARAL) October 30, 2019

Read our report on the blocking of Alabama’s abortion law here.

In addition, ten activist state supreme courts judicially created a state constitutional right to abortion that is broader than the federal “right” created by Roe v. Wade and Casey.
https://www.npr.org/2019/04/26/717449336/kansas-supreme-court-rules-state-constitution-protects-right-to-abortion

In this podcast we discuss the role of the judiciary in the struggle to defend the right to life of all innocent human beings.  We conclude that two things must happen for the right to life to guaranteed in the United States:
1.  The problem of government by the judiciary has to be tackled head on, and
2.  Pro-lifers must not be afraid to argue consistently demanding that pre-born children be recognized as constitutional persons with fundamental rights.

Read our report on the blocking of Alabama’s abortion law here.